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Weekly Rewind: Seattle Seahawks secondary problems, NFL draft targets & more

#secondaryproblems - How the Seahawks will fix their ailing secondary (READ) - Byron Maxwell departure leaves Seattle thin at cornerback (READ) - Three free agents who could replace him (READ) - Tharold Simon’s terrible playoff performances explained (READ) - Earl Thomas could miss the start of next season (READ) Random - Jon Ryan is so ripped it makes the NFL uncomfortable ...
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Three free agents who could replace Byron Maxwell for the Seattle Seahawks

With Byron Maxwell on the verge of jumping to a new NFL team (most likely the Philadelphia Eagles) and just about every other cornerback on the roster banged up, the Seattle Seahawks need some help at the position. Normally John Schneider and Pete Carroll build their team through the draft, but unfortunately this year’s class doesn’t have all that many corners available. This...
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Byron Maxwell departure leaves Seattle Seahawks thin at the cornerback position

Over the last two seasons the Seattle Seahawks have seen the rise of an unlikely cornerback who took over for Brandon Browner to start by Richard Sherman’s side. Byron Maxwell has played exceptionally well in his time matching up against some of biggest NFL’s receivers. During his last two full seasons, he came away with six interception and numerous pass break ups. According...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Eagles are favored to land Seattle Seahawks cornerback Byron Maxwell

If you saw the Philadelphia Eagles play this past season then you know they could use some help at the cornerback position (understatement of the year). The good news for Eagles fans and bad news for Seattle Seahawks fans is they know where to look, because over the weekend draft insider Tony Pauline reported that the Eagles are the frontrunners to land coveted free-agent-to-be Byron...
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Reports say the Philadelphia Eagles will end up signing cornerback Byron Maxwell

The top cornerback on the market looks like he’s going to be playing for the Philadelphia Eagles next year. Over the weekend, draft insider Tony Pauline reported that the birds were the frontrunners to land the Seattle Seahawks cornerback Byron Maxwell: Present word has the Philadelphia Eagles as front runners for cornerback Byron Maxwell. — Tony Pauline (@TonyPauline) February...
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Five free agents who are about to be overpaid

National Football League free agency does not officially begin until March 10. Before then, teams can sign their own free agents and can begin applying the franchise tag on Feb. 16. With over 500 players scheduled to hit the market, both unrestricted and restricted, the teams will be busy trying to construct their 2015 rosters. This rush on players will lead to plenty of competition...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Five NFL players set to be wildly overpaid in free agency

It happens every year in NFL free agency. Teams looking to make an imprint around the league hit the market hard in hopes of finding a quick fix to what has been ailing them in recent years. You don’t need me to point out the specific teams here, but it’s rather obvious who I am talking about. The philosophy that goes with this is two-pronged. First off, non-contending teams...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks: Profiling the new corners

For the Seattle Seahawks, Legion of Boom’s starters are sources of inspiration and confidence. Their performance is almost a foregone conclusion before the game begins. They are the ideal four-man secondary. The guys behind them have a similar swagger. In past years, it was Byron Maxwell, Walter Thurmond and Jeremy Lane providing that extra talent in the nickel and dime packages...
September 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks: Preseason loss doesn’t matter

I don’t care that last night’s preseason opener was a Super Bowl rematch between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos. I didn’t care about the Seahawks’ winning streak in the preseason getting snapped. The preseason means nothing. Nothing. In a given preseason game, the starting sides play a few series of real ball, and then they are taken out of the game to avoid injury...
August 08, 2014  |  Discuss

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